La Malbaie

Train station

La Malbaie (Pointe-au-Pic sector)
110 chemin du Havre, La Malbaie, QC G5A 2Y9

It is best to book your seats online before your departure, or buy your tickets when boarding the train. We advise you to arrive at least 30 minutes before the departure time.

Free parking

Rich in history

In 1608, the founder of Quebec, Samuel de Champlain, gave the name of the place that would become La Malbaie. When entering the waters, he notices that this bay is muddy and he nicknames it malle baye. The seigneury of La Malbaie was a seigneury that extended from Les Éboulements to Saint-Siméon. On 27 April 1762 it was divided into two seigneuries, the seigneury of Murray Bay and the seigneury of Mount Murray, and respectively granted to John Nairne (en) and Malcolm Fraser by Governor James Murray4,5,6. In 1845 the municipality of Saint-Étienne de la Malbaie was founded. The village of La Malbaie (more urbanized core) was detached in 1896, then later Rivière-Malbaie, Clermont and Pointe-au-Pic were also detached. Saint-Fidèle, including Cap-à-l'Aigle, was already a separate municipality.